by The Son(s)

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    Get all 5 The Son(s) releases available on Bandcamp and save 40%.

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of The Creatures We Were Before We Are Ghosts, Silver Fingers (single), The Things I Love Are Not at Home, Leviathan, and The Son(s). , and , .

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  • Limited Edition Audio Cassette
    Cassette + Digital Album

    Available in a strictly limited edition of 100 cassette tapes.

    Each copy is numbered and as well as being available here on our bandcamp site will also be stocked by Avalanche in Edinburgh, and Love Music and Mono in Glasgow.

    The first few copies sold through these record shops (not online as they are just too delicate to post) will come with an exclusive and beautiful screenprint designed especially for us by the kdb.

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The songs you hear on this cassette were sung and recorded in an old cold, empty, echoey flat on Leopold Place in Edinburgh. Away from home, stuck in the dark middle of winter.

It was the coldest winter there for more than 50 years. There was sometimes a blue hue to daylight on the very coldest of days, when the temperature fell to minus 14C. It was colder at night, colder still at home. Snow fell, trains stopped.


released May 7, 2012

All Songs Written & Recorded by The Son(s)
Mixed & Mastered by smallfishrecordings
All Rights Reserved ©The Son(s) 2012
Released by Olive Grove Records (OGR009)


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The Son(s) UK

A new Son(s) LP - due to trouble your ears sometime before the apocalypse hits... (ooops)

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The Herald - “A psychedelic-folk wonderland, with vocals gorgeously behind the beat and music intrepidly ahead of the pack”

Drowned in Sound - "...like the menopause in surround sound.”
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